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Ken Wyatt pushes for Indigenous voice to be included in Constitution

Indigenous Affairs Minister Ken Wyatt has renewed hopes for an Indigenous voice to be included in the Constitution through a referendum in the next term of parliament. 

He told Sky News host Chris Kenny last night there was a real interest in the commitment. 

“Feedback from the community is strong, certainly a national voice has been highlighted as being an important part of this process,” he said. 

“Australia’s changing substantially and people are engaging more and more in conversations about the oldest living culture, but they’re much more receptive than I’ve ever seen in my lifetime.” 

Mr Wyatt endorsed the aspiration despite it being dismissed earlier this year by the prime minister.

Indigenous Affairs Minister Ken Wyatt has renewed hopes for an Indigenous voice to be included in the Constitution through a referendum in the next term of parliament.

He told Sky News host Chris Kenny last night there was a real interest in the commitment.

“Feedback from the community is strong, certainly a national voice has been highlighted as being an important part of this process,” he said.

“Australia’s changing substantially and people are engaging more and more in conversations about the oldest living culture, but they’re much more receptive than I’ve ever seen in my lifetime.”

Mr Wyatt endorsed the aspiration despite it being dismissed earlier this year by the prime minister.

Indigenous Affairs Minister Ken Wyatt has renewed hopes for an Indigenous voice to be included in the Constitution through a referendum in the next term of parliament.

He told Sky News host Chris Kenny last night there was a real interest in the commitment.

“Feedback from the community is strong, certainly a national voice has been highlighted as being an important part of this process,” he said.

“Australia’s changing substantially and people are engaging more and more in conversations about the oldest living culture, but they’re much more receptive than I’ve ever seen in my lifetime.”

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Mr Wyatt endorsed the aspiration despite it being dismissed earlier this year by the prime minister.

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